P-51D Mustang Combat Veteran 6x8-inch Acrylic Desk Display

Aviation history you can touch with Ron Cole's free-standing two-sided acrylic relic displays. Perfect 6x8-inch size for desk or bookshelf. Handmade in the USA, right here in Zanesville, Ohio!
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Aircraft & Pilot History:
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P-51D Mustang (serial number 44-14317) VF-Y of the 336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, USAAF. On January 16th, 1945, this aircraft was returning from a raid on Dresden, when the pilot became lost in fog and ran out of fuel over Kent. Capt. Harry N. Hagen bailed out safely and landed in a tree near Folkestone. His Mustang crashed at Lymbridge Green near Stowting, Kent. Capt. Hagen ended the war with five confirmed ‘victories’, the DFC, and Purple Heart.
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The crash site of his P-51 was partially excavated in May 1992. 
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Each display includes a 2x1-inch section of exterior aluminum skinning from this aircraft, attached to the outside of the acrylic.
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Included Certificate of Authenticity (COA). Signed & numbered. 
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